byUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Immigration.
title continued "argument of Mr. John W. Foster on the treaty rights of Chinese subjects as to admission and residence in the United States. [Hearings before the] Committee on Immigration, U.S. Senate, January 23, 1902." 24 pages Topics: Chinese--United States, Foster, John Watson, 1836-1917
Title continued: "concerning the negotiation of a convention between the United States and China, excluding the immigration of Chinese laborers." At head of title: "50th Congress, 1st session, Executive O. Confidential." "March 19, 1888.--Ordered to be printed in confidence for the use of the Senate." 91 pages Topics: Chinese--United States, Immigrants--United States, China--Foreign relations--United States, United...
a Canadian-American study of the Oriental on the Pacific coast, prepared and presented at the findings conference at Stanford University, California, March 21-26, 1925. 24 pages "CoÃ¶perating organizations: The Survey of Race Relations ... Stanford University, California ... [and] The Institute of Social and Religious Research ... New York City" Topics: Survey of Race Relations (Stanford University), Japanese--Pacific Coast (North America),...